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Outdoor Rabbit Hutch

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According to barneyandjemima.co.uk, rabbits are quickly becoming one of the ideal pets in most parts of the world. Even more importantly, the fact that rabbits are extremely sensitive and require proper care, which includes a good rabbit hutch.

Interestingly, most families believe that the best option for rabbit housing is indoor housing. However, a rabbit needs exposure to the environment as long as it is well housed and protected.

Rabbits need to be kept warm and dry, so they make ideal pets as house rabbits

If they are lonely, cold or wet, their life expectancy and general wellbeing will be much reduced. Sourced from: http://www.barneyandjemima.co.uk/care/outdoor.html

Make the layer of bedding thicker in the sleeping area.

You should also provide a supply of hay and water; see our feeding section for more information about this. Sourced from: http://www.barneyandjemima.co.uk/care/outdoor.html

You can build or buy your rabbit a two-story “condo” with the floors connected by a ramp–they love this! Sourced from: http://rabbit.org/faq-housing/

Sourced from: http://rabbit.org/faq-housing/

There are many commercially available designs of rabbit hutch that rabbit lover has access to for a price

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Building a Bug Hotel

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The most common items needed for building a bug hotel are as follows: A wooden box or open birdhouse that has an overhanging lip to keep rain/snow out. An assortment of twigs, wood chips, rolled up paper, leaves, or hollow reeds (bamboo works well), thin cardboard tubing, and (if desired), blocks of wood with holes drilled into them. Hot glue gun and glue sticks.

The most common items needed for building a bug hotel are as follows: A wooden box or open birdhouse that has an overhanging lip to keep rain/snow out. An assortment of twigs, wood chips, rolled up paper, leaves, or hollow reeds (bamboo works well), thin cardboard tubing, and (if desired), blocks of wood with holes drilled into them. Hot glue gun and glue sticks. Twine or wire to hang the finished hotel, or some post on which to elevate it. Sourced from: http://inhabitat.com/diy-how-to-build-an-insect-hotel-from-found-materials/ The bug hotel is easy to build; one of the methods is as follows: Cut cedar boards to the dimensions listed using a table saw or have them cut at your local hardware store if you don’t have one. Screw the box together by drilling pilot holes first through. Arrange plant materials within the structure, packed tightly so it will stay put, but with lots of available crevices for the bugs. Affix hanging hardware and hang in an area of the garden that is close to where you want the bugs next season. Sourced from: http://gardentherapy.ca/build-a-bug-hotel/

The most common items needed for building a bug hotel are as follows: A wooden box or open birdhouse that has an overhanging lip to keep rain/snow out. An assortment of twigs, wood chips, rolled up paper, leaves, or hollow reeds (bamboo works well), thin cardboard tubing, and (if desired), blocks of wood with holes drilled into them. Hot glue gun and glue sticks. Twine or wire to hang the finished hotel, or some post on which to elevate it. Sourced from: http://inhabitat.com/diy-how-to-build-an-insect-hotel-from-found-materials/ The bug hotel is easy to build; one of the methods is as follows: Cut cedar boards to the dimensions listed using a table saw or have them cut at your local hardware store if you don’t have one. Screw the box together by drilling pilot holes first through. Arrange plant materials within the structure, packed tightly so it will stay put, but with lots of available crevices for the bugs. Affix hanging hardware and hang in an area of the garden that is close to where you want the bugs next season. Sourced from: http://gardentherapy.ca/build-a-bug-hotel/

This will ensure that the heat required for the brood is present, and wind or rain will not destroy their nest. Sourced from: http://www.inspirationgreen.com/insect-habitats.html

It's all very well building a handsomely equipped bug hotel but for it to become the destination of choice, it has to be in prime position

Your hotel will become fully occupied quicker if it is located close to an existing insect hotspot: a hedge, bank of nectar-rich flowers or a pond, for example. Sourced from: http://www.growveg.com/growblogpost.aspx?id=329

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